Equity of Evil by Rudy A. Mazzocchi. is one of the rare thriller books which I have read this year. Just released in paperback version on the 15th of July this book is based on true facts about crime syndicates creating and harvesting organs for sale.
Many renowned medical professionals were lured by a well paying new start up investment company which appeared to be providing the world with a safer alternative to back lane unlicensed abortion clinic. The business was providing the facility of a mobile abortion clinic for women in need around the world at an affordable price.
Founding Partner and venture captialist, Roman Citrano, had his world around him crashing down when he realized that he was just a pawn which the company manipulated as part of their human organs for transplantation. Unknowingly, prime, hyper-enriched organs are spawned from the aborted fetuses and grown like hydroponic vegetables.
His eyes were “opened” to the deceit, rape, human trafficking and assassination when his beloved Andrea becomes deeply secretly uses one of his new abortion services to terminate her untimely pregnancy. She unwittingly gets entangled with the organization when she suffers complications after her aborted fetus, and whole uterus was involuntarily removed from her.
When she disappears, his frantic search becomes a hellish nightmare that grows worse by the hour. He flew from Phil all the way to India in hope of finding her and was falsely led to belief that she had died.
Authoring more than 50 patents, he has helped pioneer new companies involved in cardiology, oncology, orthopedics, neurosurgery and even embryonic stem-cell development. Through these efforts, he has become the recipient of many technology and business awards, including the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year in Healthcare and the Businessman of the Year Award.
EQUITY of EVIL is the first thriller novel which will be part of a trilogy which he is writing.
The story spans 42 chapters and brings the reader from USA to India and back with a plot that leaves you sitting on the edge of your seat as you read. Certain part of the book was quite heavy going for me with the gory description of the atrocities that took place. You get really into the story and it was hard for me to put down the book once I started reading it. I found it an excellent read.
If you are interested in reading this book you can purchase a copy from Amazon